Eva Cox shows how the social welfare policies of both the major parties don’t stack up.


Eva Cox, writing for Crikey, offers a score card for the social welfare policies of the two major parties during this election. The findings – after scoring the various policies, Eva finds the results to be quite scary

“Of the 90-odd social policy areas of need identified, at least 50 are yet to rate any mentions, 15 are negative divisive proposals and only about 30 of the actual policies on offer are possible contributors to social well being.”

Read the whole article here.

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